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BookWhere? Pro for Windows, Version 2

Library software review [Fall 1996]

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Copyright (c) 1996 Sage Periodicals Press

Abstract: The past decade has witnessed an explosion in the number and types of electronic resources available to the librarian, the researcher, and the student. The author reviews BookWhere? Pro (Professional Edition) from SeaChange Corporation. BookWhere? is a Z39.50 client developed to provide access to library catalogs running Z39.50 servers, and conforms to Version 2 (1992) of the specification. This client can run as a separate program, providing a sophisticated yet user-friendly graphical user interface capable of searching multiple library catalogs simultaneously. In addition, it can be configured to work as a viewer from within a Web browser, such as Netscape. Not only is BookWhere? capable of searching and displaying records available on remote hosts, but the professional edition is able to save record sets in a variety of formats, including MARC communications format and a ProcCite 3.1 databases.


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Publication Year:1996
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Library software review
Publication Info:Volume 15 Number 3
Issue:Fall 1996
Page(s):176-188
Publisher:Sage Periodicals Press
Place of Publication:Thousand Oaks, CA
Subject: Bookwhere
ISSN:0742-5759
Record Number:1269
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00